She gives us her own insight into being a photographer:
I remember sitting in a cafe on Market Street in San Francisco 30 years ago, with a photography book and a 20-year old Fujica camera wondering how I could make my living as a photojournalist. I’d just graduated college with a degree in International Studies and all I wanted to do was travel the world, take pictures and immerse myself in other cultures. Well, I never got there, instead finding myself locked into the corporate world. Now, as I emerge from that life and enter those “golden” years, I’ve taken up photography again, this time with a more mature confidence, a greater sense of self, and a pent-up desire to release my creativity and use my business skills to accomplish something for myself.
I enjoy waking up early and reveling in whatever the sunrise brings. I love photographing people and catching those fleeting moments that tug at our emotions. I get a thrill out of photographing a deer, or a bird, a fox or a hawk. I see reflections where I never did before, and I’ve had the time of my life capturing photos of a rock concert. I just love being able to anticipate a moment, to see a story unfold and to be able to share it with others in the form of a picture. Life just doesn’t get better than this!
With her experimentation and creative eye Jauron’s photography seeks to reveal the true essence of life. Check out her exploration of the world through her profile on our website here!
September Lighthouse can be found on the walls of Long Island Photo Gallery’s current display! This piece is seen as displayed printed, matted, and framed at 20″ x 20″ for $325 when bought at Long Island Photo Gallery. Click the image or the title link to call this piece your own! However, if you would like this photograph in a variety of sizes, call Long Island Photo Gallery at 1 (888) 600-5474!
Part of the artist membership here at Long Island Photo Gallery gives photographers the ability to showcase their photographs on our gallery walls in monthly exhibits or on any gallery wall space available here at 467 Main Street in Islip, NY. Additionally, members are given the opportunity to have artist profiles on our website along with their photographs. To find out more about becoming a member at Long Island Photo Gallery check out all the info on our website here or stop by the gallery and ask us in person if any questions you have!